Harvard History Falls Last Week

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Damaged by a partial collapse during the overnight hours of Oct. 5, a big piece of the community of Harvard’s history has been fully taken down and removed from its location at the south end of Harvard’s business district, located at the corner of Clay and Oak Streets. The building was felled and removed by G & G Dozer Company of Caney, Kansas, during a multi-day removal of the damaged building.

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